College of Policing Newsletter, issue 8 (August 2014)

Welcome to the eighth edition of our monthly newsletter, designed to keep you up to date with our work and how it will affect you as a policing professional.

Body-worn video interim guidance is launched​​​​

Guidance outlines latest legal frameworks and opera​tional ​​procedures. Read more​​​​​​

Police fitness tests become mandatory from 1 September​​

College publishes guidance setting o​ut required fitness level for officers. Read more

Inspectors' OSPRE® Part II Assessment Centre results​​​

Hundreds pass exams to qualify for the r​​ank of inspector. Read more​​

UK policing continues access to European training​​​

Experts across Europe teach UK p​​olice in areas from trafficking to corruption. Read more

In Focus: Professor Martin Innes - policing pasts, policing futures

Looking to the future of policing, while dealing with issues of the past. Read more

Preventing and prosecuting female genital mutilation​​​

New guidance is being created to protect vulnerable girls and women. Read more

#ourduty - survey raises awareness of ethical dilemmas facing police​​

Public acknowledge difficult decisions that officers and staff have to make. Read more

Direct Entry to superintendent: assessment centre ​​​​​results

Four forces have had successful applicants through the Direct Entry programme. Read more

Have your say to influence new police guidance​​

As we create the best guidance f​or policing, we want your input. Read more

College events which could help you

​Details of events including this year​'s Excellence in Policing Conference. Read more


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